Tony Brady

Tony Brady
Name: Tony Brady
Bio: Winner of a QUT Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award for my thesis “The Rural School Experiment: Creating a Queensland Yeoman”.
Winner of the Inaugural Biennial RAAF Heritage Fellowship 2014 presented by Chief of Air Force (CAF) at the RAAF Air Power Conference Reception at the National Convention Centre in Canberra, 12 March 2014.
Author of “The Empire has an answer”.
Skills and Services Offered: Social Histories
Archival Research
Significance Assessments
Heritage Services
Military Histories
School Histories
Institutional Histories
Biographies
Qualifications: Bachelor of Social Science (with Distinction) – QUT
PhD (History of Education) – QUT
Graduate Diploma Education (Secondary) – QUT
Professional Photographer – RAAF
Aircraft Engineer – RAAF
Professional Interests: Queensland History
Australian History
World War 1 and World War 2
Military History
Aviation and Aviation Heritage
Publications and Experience:

Brady, Tony James. The Empire Has an Answer: The Empire Air Training Scheme as Reported in the Australian Press 1939-1945. Newport, NSW: Big Sky Publishing, 2019.
Brady, Tony (2012) ‘Nambour: the model rural school’. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 22(3), pp. 87-99.
Brady, Tony James (2013) ‘The rural school experiment : creating a Queensland yeoman’. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Brady, Tony (2013) ‘John Lane: Utopian Visionary, Agriculturalist, Teacher’, History Queensland, no. 8: 26.
Brady, Tony (2016) ‘”Raw, free, and almost rude”: Educating Warder’s children on St Helena Penal Establishment’ History of Education Review, vol. 45, no. 1. Publication due June 2016.

Mobile: 0419 708 613
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